Megan Eurich whirled a two-hit shutout and freshman Laycee Josoff collected four hits on day two of the Friends Invite. The Bulldogs earned a 7-0 win over Park before being dealt a 10-4 defeat by Sterling.
The Bulldogs traveled to the Friends University Invitational and are set to face four different teams in two days. Concordia got the best of Missouri Valley College in a high scoring affair, going yard three times in an 11-9 triumph over the Vikings.
Concordia will head to two invitationals over the 2024 spring break and will not be shy on games, playing 12 different teams at the two combined host sites. The Bulldogs are set to compete in the Friends University Invitational (Mar. 1-2) at the Two Rivers Youth Complex (Wichita, Kan.).
The Concordia Women’s Softball team stayed in Kansas for their second doubleheader of the weekend against Benedictine College on Sunday afternoon (Feb. 25).
Game one went according to plan as Megan Eurich fired a complete game in the circle and Zoie Isom and Laycee Josoff both homered. Concordia wound up splitting the doubleheader at University of Saint Mary.
The Concordia University Softball team will take a weekend break from competing in an invitational and instead hit the asphalt for two back to back doubleheaders on Feb. 24-25. The Dawgs will take a trip to face the University of Saint Mary (Kan.), then rematch with Benedictine College (Kan.).
The Bulldogs completed their four game stretch inside the Home Field Complex on Monday afternoon (Feb. 19). Missed opportunities on the offensive end defined game two against Avila University (Mo.) as Concordia had runners in scoring position but couldn’t capitalize in the 1-0 loss to the Eagles.
The Bulldogs split their first two games at the Avila University NAIA Invitational on Sunday (Feb. 18) in the Home Field Complex. The opening game against Saint Mary of the Woods College (Ind.) was a pitcher’s dual as Megan Eurich shut out the Pomeroys with eight strikeouts for Concordia in the 1-0 triumph.
With potential inclement weather, the Bulldogs are scheduled to take to the diamonds in the Avila University NAIA Invitational this upcoming Sunday and Monday (Feb. 18-19).
A season opening doubleheader at No. 17 Ottawa provided an early measuring stick for Concordia Softball. The host Braves flexed their muscles while winning two run-rule games, 8-0 and 10-2, on Saturday (Feb. 10).
The Edwards name has earned prestige within the state thanks to Coach Tatum Edwards and her talented sisters. The California native has found a home in Nebraska and is getting comfortable as a head coach.
The 2021 season saw Concordia Softball produce 32 wins and a national tournament berth while competing closely with the nation's best teams. It was the last hurrah for seniors like Hhana Haro and Tori Homolka.
For four years, Hhana Haro and Tori Homolka have shined as the backbone of Concordia Softball. Time is ticking on their college careers, but the memories will last forever.
While bringing back a veteran and accomplished core, Concordia Softball hopes to pick up where it left off in the spring of 2020. The Bulldogs are legit challengers for the GPAC title.
There's good reason why Concordia Softball did not want the 2020 season to end. A talented and mature team returned to the practice field this fall while preparing like a team with GPAC championship aspirations.
The game of softball has taken Céline Lassaigne all over the world. Two years as a standout student-athlete for the Bulldogs was just part of the journey for the French National Coach.
Crete native Camry Moore had really risen to star status in 2020 over the first 14 games of the softball season. She answered a variety of questions in a Q&A with Concordia Athletic Communications.
Before the 2020 season was brought to a halt, the Bulldogs had confirmed what Shawn Semler believed. This team was the real deal. Concordia displayed a mix of talent and chemistry in a hot start.
Behind the likes of Hhana Haro, Tori Homolka, Camry Moore and Kylee Nixon, the Bulldogs are stocked with reliable veterans. Coach Shawn Semler's squad is going by the motto "never settle" in 2020.
A group of newcomers added some speed and athleticism to a roster already loaded with proven veterans. The results were impressive this fall for a Concordia softball team in good position to compete at the to of the GPAC.